Neal Hart was a former cowpuncher, stage driver, city marshal, and member of the famous Miller 101 Wild West Show crew, Neal Hart entered films as an American action lead in 1916.
Neal made himself indispensable to the sprawling Universal company as an assistant to director George Marshall, by writing scenarios, and eventually by starring in a steady stream of low-
Leaving Univeral in 1920, Hart made a series of pictures for Poverty Row company Pinnacle before embarking on a long association with low-
He appeared in 125 films between 1916 and 1949. He also directed 23 films between 1919 and 1928.